Fire Safety Equipment

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Flame detection UV+IR

by AUTOCHIM     based in MORANGIS, FRANCE

By a maitrized design of technology ultraviolet ray and infra-red, the detectors offlame FL3100 are the reference as regards detection of flame. Based on a technology by microprocessor, these detectors are designed to detect the flames to deliver immediately and precisely an alarm while preserving their immunity against false alarm of which the ...

Model BS 7 - Spark Detection & Extinguishment Systems

by GreCon Greten GmbH & Co. KG     based in Alfeld-Hannover, GERMANY

GreCon introduces interesting innovations in the detection, extinguishment and operation of their BS 7 spark extinguishing system in the area of preventive fire protection. The new products include the Hot Particle Detector HPD 1/8 for the detection of hot particles as well as Thermo Sensor TM 1/9 for the detection of ...

Model NFPA 6 - Explosion Protection

by IEP Technologies     based in Marlborough, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

NFPA 68: Standard on Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting products offered by IEP Technologies. Deflagration is acombustion that propagates through a gas or along the surface of an explosive at a rapid rate driven by the transfer of heat.  IEP Technologies are designed to comply with NFPA 68 and to detect and contain explosions from ...

Det-Tronics - Model U5005 - Smoke Detector

by Det-Tronics - Detector Electronics Corporation     based in Bloomington, MINNESOTA (USA)

The U5005 Smoke Detector is a sensitive, yet rugged, state-of-the-art protection device that is designed for classified areas in hazardous industrial and commercial locations. The detector is designed to operate effectively with both slow smoldering and fast-burning fires. Includes an external alarm indicating LED and one set of normally open ...

Survivair Cougar Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus

by CG Industrial Safety     based in Peekskill, NEW YORK (USA)

The Cougar, while not NFPA-compliant, still provides excellent respiratory protection in environments that are Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH). By eliminating unnecessary fire-fighting features, costs are kept low. Features include a comfortable silicone facepiece, reliable pneumatics, whistle or bell alarm, metal seat belt buckle, ...

Survivair Panther Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus

by CG Industrial Safety     based in Peekskill, NEW YORK (USA)

Designed for firefighting, the Panther low-pressure or high pressure SCBA has first and second stage regulators, First-Breath-On and an Air Klic regulator fastener. Features include a wide-angle silicone facepiece with anti-fog lens, a pressure gauge, a choice of alarms and a 30-minute, 45-minute or 60-minute cylinder. Available mounted on a ...

FTS - Model GOES Transmitter (G5) - GOES / Meteosat communication technology for fire weather monitoring

by FTS     based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

FTS is the worldwide leader in GOES / Meteosat communication technology for fire weather monitoring. The G5 is the standard GOES transmitter that's in all new weather stations for the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC). We were the first to introduce automatic GPS correction of clock and oscillator drift, which provides continual operation of ...

Fire Protection Tanks

by All State Tank Manufacturing, LLC (ASTM)     based in Grove, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Location: Jay, OK. Storage: Fire Water. Diameter: 9.23 ft. Height: 39.2 ft. Capacity: 19,272 gal.

Inline Deflagration Flame Arresters

by Flammer GmbH     based in Cleebronn, GERMANY

An in-line deflagration flame arrester prevents light-back at deflagration of potentially explosive vapour-air and/ or gas-air mixtures. If a flame front propagates through a pipe, its speed will increase proportionally to the length of the pipe. If a pipe is shorter than 50 times (respectively 30 times for explosion group IIB and IIC) its ...

Small Explosive Storage Magazines

by US Hazmat Rentals     based in BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Prefabricated, portable, self-conatined Type II indoor or outdoor storage magazines are constructed to be fire-resistant, weather resistant and theft resistant. These magazines meet or exceed ATF standards. Conform to Article 77 of the 1997 Uniform Fire Code.

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